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Coming to a Fair Maintenance Agreement in New York State

The goal of a fair maintenance agreement is to ensure the supported spouse is able to maintain his or her current lifestyle following the divorce. When a couple divorces, one spouse is often responsible for contributing to the financial well-being of the other spouse. Many states refer to these payments as alimony, but in New Read the Rest…

How to Establish a Fair Parenting Schedule Arrangement

Parenting Schedule arrangements are possibly the most important part of a divorce settlement. Spouses are required to submit a preferred parenting schedule and the court is tasked with approving this schedule or creating an alternative. How is a Fair Parenting Schedule Arrangement Established? The well-being of the child is the most important aspect of a Read the Rest…

When and What to Tell Your Children about Your Separation

Sharing the news of your marital separation with your children is likely one of the most difficult things you will ever do. As a parent, you want to protect your children from emotional trauma and loss, but if your marriage is not working, it could harm your children more than ending it and creating a Read the Rest…

Regarding Child Support in a Divorce

What You as a Parent Need to Consider Regarding Child Support in a Divorce, Regardless of which Side You are On If you are a parent involved in divorce proceedings, there are several things you must consider regarding child support. Whether you are seeking support or anticipate an order to pay support, you need to Read the Rest…

What to Expect during the Divorce Process

The divorce process can be time-consuming and frustrating. Knowing what to expect during each step eases anxiety and makes the process a little easier. Here is what you can expect once you file for divorce: Summons and Complaint This is the official request for divorce. One spouse serves the other spouse with a demand to Read the Rest…

Understanding New York State’s Grounds for Divorce

New York has traditionally been a conservative state regarding divorce laws. It was not until 2010 the state legalized access to no-fault divorce. Until 1966, the only way a divorce was granted in the state was if a spouse committed adultery. Divorce laws in the state are becoming more liberal, but still have a way Read the Rest…

Addressing the Needs of the “Child” in Child Custody

Unfortunately, divorce proceedings do not only affect soon-to-be-ex spouses. Children are, perhaps, the biggest victims when it comes to divorce. If you are considering divorce and child custody is an issue, you must address the needs of your children throughout the process. Consider the following: Child Safety You must do what is necessary to protect Read the Rest…